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Histoire des Maladies de S. Domingue, (1770)

Author: Poupée-Desportes, Jean-Baptiste René, 1704-1748
Volume: v.1
Subject: Tropical medicine; Blacks; Botany; Pharmacology; Imprint 1770
Publisher: A Paris : Chez Lejay, Libraire, rue S. Jacques, au-dessus de celle des Mathurins, au Grand Corneille
Year: 1770
Language: French
Call number: E770 P877h
Digitizing sponsor: John Carter Brown Library
Book contributor: John Carter Brown Library
Collection: jcbhaiti; JohnCarterBrownLibrary; americana
Notes: Book contained some tight margins.

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Vol. 3 has title: Traité ou abregé des plantes usuelles de S. Domingue

18 cm. (12mo)

Pagination: v. 1: [4], 330, [2] p.; v. 2: [4], 344 p.; v. 3: [4], 455, [9] p

Signatures: v. 1: pi² A-N¹² O¹ (O10 blank); v. 2: pi² A-O¹² P; v. 3: pi² A-T¹² V (V3 verso blank) (v4 blank)

Errata: v. 3, p. [6], 3rd group

Includes indexes

Engraved printer's ornament on title pages; head and tail pieces; initials

Bissainthe, M. Dict. de bib. haïtienne

Bissainthe, M. Dict. de bib. haïtienne

Brown, J.C. Cat., 1493-1800

John Carter Brown Library copy bound in contemporary mottled calf

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